GapVax, Can-Ex Technologies Partnership Aims to Innovate Sewer Inspection Market

GapVax, Can-Ex Technologies Partnership Aims to Innovate Sewer Inspection Market

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GapVax and Can-Ex Technologies recently entered a partnership, marking a strategic alliance between the two companies.

The agreement designates GapVax as the sole distributor of the ZIPCAM 360 within the United States and allows Can-Ex Technologies to establish itself in the expansive American market. According to the companies’ representatives, it's a win-win situation for both companies, but also importantly for clients in the sewer sector, as they will now have access to revolutionary technology.

The exclusive distribution rights of the ZIPCAM 360 present a significant advantage for both GapVax and its clientele. By adding the ZIPCAM 360 to its line of combination trucks, trailers, and jetters, GapVax can now offer customers a comprehensive sewer cleaning and inspection solution. This innovative approach decreases client expenses and streamlines the time and labor involved, surpassing conventional methods.

For Can-Ex Technologies, this partnership unlocks a realm of possibilities. By aligning with a prominent figure in vacuum truck manufacturing within the United States, Can-Ex Technologies gains nationwide exposure. The ZIPCAM 360 allows sewer inspection directly from a combination truck, trailer, or jetter, a unique feature that makes this collaboration particularly logical and promising. Based in Quebec, Canada, Can-Ex Technologies is a subsidiary of the engineering firm Can-Explore.

“We are excited to bring this product to our clients,” says Gary Poborsky, president and founder of GapVax. “The ZIPCAM 360 is the next big thing in sewer inspection. This cutting-edge technology is the fastest and most efficient sewer inspection tool on the market."

Both companies share common values and a similar growth trajectory. Initially, they both began modestly with service-oriented offerings before expanding their horizons and transitioning towards the creation of innovative products, thus becoming leaders in their industries.



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